Who’s ready for sun and excitement? We sure are, but if you’re not then you may want to stay home because the National Cherry Festival is almost back! With it comes the annual cacophony of parades, rides, picnics, concerts, and some weird type of fruit that everyone seems to be going on about.
Dark. Decadent. And undeniably delicious. What’s not to love about chocolate? And what better way to celebrate our favorite confection than with a festival? The Traverse City Chocolate Festival, to be exact.
Paddle for Pints, Traverse City’s most famous “pub paddle” event, has certainly gotten popular! The first of their scheduled outings begins in June and there's only a couple spots left for the rest of the summer season.
Each year people flock to Traverse City to see one of Mother Nature's most beautiful displays - the cherry blossoms. The blossoms blanket the miles of rolling hills throughout the area, and with the amount of attention they draw it's fair to say there are plenty of questions that go along with them!
Tell us a little about what you do at Traverse City Tourism. Since being adopted as the unofficial mascot of the TCT office, my number one job is to greet people with a happy demeanor and a wagging tail.
Tell us a little about what a Sales Manager does at Traverse City Tourism. My role is to showcase Traverse City as a premier meeting destination for groups, meetings, conferences, conventions and everything in between.
Tell us a little about what a Marketing Specialist does at Traverse City Tourism As the Marketing Specialist at Traverse City Tourism, I’m lucky enough to be able to dip my toes into several aspects of marketing. Whether it be with graphic design, social media, event updates, administrative tasks, and even photography, it's all part of my daily job.
Tell us a little about what the President/CEO does here at Traverse City Tourism. Traverse City is a special place. It’s my job to make sure the rest of the world knows that. Leisure and business travel to Traverse City are critical to our economy and way of life. Finding new and innovative ways to grow tourism responsibly in a collaborative way is my focus.
The “From the Top” series features performances by eleven popular local musicians, set against the blue water of West Grand Traverse Bay . Featured artists include the Hacky Turtles (the band that previously recorded Take Me There , Traverse City's Theme Song), Rob & Jessica Bolin, Nik Carmen, Jetty Rae, The Accidentals, O Brother Big Sister, Kellerville, Levi Britton, the Jimmy Olson Trio, Benjaman James, and Chloe Kime.